Artificial dispersion of aim point for artillery fire
Ha, Gwang Hee
Taylor, James G.
Paek, Stephen J.
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This thesis examines the problem of optimal aiming at an imperfectly located point target and an area target in which elements are uniformly or normally distributed. For an analytical simplicity, a one-dimensional target is considered and optimal aim points are determined when 2 rounds are fired.
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